A qualified supplier has been certified by Enedis to bid on its calls for tender.
These consultations are performed as Enedis has a legal obligation to purchase power to offset distribution-network losses and, in its capacity of mandatory stakeholder, cover the associated capacity guarantees. The power and capacity guarantee supplies may not be subdivided into a power of less than 1 MW or 10 capacity guarantees.
Would you like to apply?
To become an energy and/or guaranteed-capacity supplier, ask us for a qualification application file using the following email address: email@example.com
To be accepted, the following must be enclosed with your application:
- The signed letter of acceptance of the general terms and conditions of purchase.
- The requested administrative, financial and tax documents (e.g., balance sheet, Balance Responsible Entity contract with RTE for energy qualification).
It will take about 2 months to process your application and, if necessary, configure your IT tools. Qualifications are reviewed annually.
To become a qualified power supplier, you must first be in possession of a prior authorisation from the government (Ministry for Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy, Directorate-General for Energy and Climate).
The consultation and proposal approval
To purchase this power or these capacity guarantees, we frequently consult suppliers through open-market competitions.
These consultations are used for products that adhere to French wholesale market standards and for periods of up to 4 years.
- For power: annual, quarterly and monthly baseload and peakload.
- For capacity guarantee, the year of guarantee delivery.